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Repercussions of Fowl Lamentation: Plutonium Edition

Catalog Number N/A
Release Date Nov 06, 2004
Publish Format Doujin/Indie
Release Price Free
Media Format Digital
Classification Arrangement
Published by ThaSauce
Composed by Hirokazu Tanaka /
Arranged by Suzumebachi, Antonio Pizza, SnappleMan, Protricity, SgtRama, Shael Riley, Xelebes, Mythril Nazgul, Digital Coma, Eon_Blue, TO, Azar, D-Lux, ReactorZer0, Iggy Koopa, Gorveg, Z-Saber, ChloroPhil, TCK & The Suck Fish, disciplining percy, bLiNd, Doragon, Sir NutS
Performed by Suzumebachi, Antonio Pizza, SnappleMan, Shael Riley, Digital Coma, ChloroPhil

Tracklist

Disc 1

01 Rubber Duckman 1:27
02 Duck Killer Killer 0:18
03 Moselle Upon the White Crevice of Despair 4:46
04 NES Gunfight Style 1:51
05 Skeetin' on the Cellphone 2:11
06 Bad Dog 0:48
07 Shooting Love 0:58
08 No MIDI Rip Mix 2:07
09 Music of My Duck 2:07
10 Track 4 Schranz Remix 0:59
11 Dirty South Huntin' 1:04
12 Blippity Bang Bang 1:39
13 Atonal Jazz, Dead Pigeon Inspiration 2:48
14 Lucky Fucking Duck 0:36
15 Cellular Dog 1:55
16 Quiet Honey, the Dog is Talking 2:21
17 Winners Don't Do Quack 2:18
18 Duck Squish 1:07
19 You've Got a Blip in Your Eye 1:06
20 Modular11 3:45
21 Shrooms with Jelly 2:50
22 Chicken and Ducklings 2:48
23 SquareQuack Darkness 2:01
24 The Quantum Mallard Derivitive 4:31
25 Fear and Loathing in Duck Hunt 3:27
26 Duck Feare 1:16
27 Ducky Go BLAMBLAMBLAM 1:09
28 Industrial Strength Slap 0:49
29 Duckbreaka 4:28
30 Duck! Here Comes the Hi-Hat! 1:16
31 Happy 2 Dux 1:48
32 Oh Shit, This is Real Shit 1:02
33 WIP 1:30
34 Sick Ass Speedcore Hard Trance Track 2:43
35 The Final Fowl Ballad 5:19
Disc length 73:08

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Category
Game
Products represented
Duck Hunt
Platforms represented
NES (Famicom)

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Notes

The Plutonium Edition of the album was created as a parody of marketing devices used by OneUp Studios and KFSS Studios, who each had released multiple versions of their VGM arrangement albums in order to increase sales.

Often an overlooked aspect of the game, the Duck Hunt soundtrack offered a surprising amount of depth for it's time.  From overwhelming orchestral scores, to upbeat pop-inspired  tracks, to effects-laden trance themes, the Duck Hunt soundtrack is still impressive by present day standards.  Not only did Duck Hunt help introduce the majestic power of the NES, but it set the model that games would be forced to live up to for years to come.